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MIT 2000 Reading Summary: Minko Sotiron

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Media, Information and Technoculture
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Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G
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Kearns 5 Reading Summary “Public Myth and Private Reality” Minko Sotiron In this article Sotirn explains the change between the newspaper in the 1800’s and the newspaper in the 1900’s, which became much less educational and much more commercialized and sensational. In the 1800’s the press became known as a “Fourth Estate”; it was believed that the newspaper had a responsibility to educate the public. But with more and more newspapers growing dependent on advertising it was the concern of some that the newspaper was “lessen[ing ]its social influence” (141). Newspapers started to revolve around making money, nothing more. It was harder to publish an opinion in a newspaper because of the cost. However many newspapers still claimed to have a goal of educating the public and “improv[ing] society” (142). But more news
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